The President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama is expected to deliver a speech at a Business seminar being organized by the USAID’s Financing Ghana’s Agriculture Program (FINGAP) and also inspect the exhibitions among others on Thursday February 3rd as part of activities marking the 20th international Trade Fair in Tamale.
The ultimate objective of the business seminar is to address issues relating to “Access to Finance and Challenges to small, medium, including large enterprises” at the 20th International Trade Fair.
As part of side attractions, information has it that there will be a Fugu show to showcase trendy designs with dance performances to display some of the most beautiful cultures across the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone, NSEZ.
There is also an occassion earmarked as the SADA Day which will among other things witness a donation to a mental home and also sensitize the public on positive investment initiatives embarked by SADA so far.
The 20th international trade fair in Tamale is a collaboration between the Ghana Trade Fair Company and SADA and comes under the theme ” Two decades of international trade fair in Ghana: Exploring business opportunities in the SADA zone of Ghana”.
The Tamale township, is thrown into a state of excitement ever since the fair commenced on February 25th 2016.